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Members of the Bothell Police Department and Deputy Mayor Davina Duerr pose with Beca Nistrian and Will Tinkham after the city made its proclamation for “Cup of Kindness Day” on May 1. Photo via Twitter

Bothell nominated as a top 10 nicest place in America

Reader’s Digest held its second annual search for the nicest place in America. Bothell is a finalist.

 

Said Farzad reportedly called in numerous bomb threats to state agency offices in Olympia. No bombs have been found, but the state agencies are increasing police presence and bomb-sniffing dogs. Reporter File Photo

Suspended psychiatrist suspected of making bomb threats

The suspect was previously convicted of telephone harassment of a Bothell insurance company and has reportedly called in numerous threats from various countries. No bombs have been found.

 

Snohomish County deputy shoots man after high speed chase

The Snohomish Count Multiple Agency Response Team is investigating the case.

 

Bellevue police chief Mylett exonerated following Bothell investigation

Mylett has been on paid administrative leave since August and has been reinstated.

Bothell man charged with insurance fraud

The man was charged after an investigation by the Insurance Commissioner’s Office.

Locals learn tips for a new age of crime

The National Cyber Security Alliance emphasizes prevention as cyber crime is on the rise.

The source of the fire was combustible material on the third-story balcony. Investigators could not determine a heat source. Photo courtesy of the Bothell Fire Department

UPDATE: Bothell apartment fire has undetermined cause

Investigators found the source of the fire but could not determined what started it.

The source of the fire was combustible material on the third-story balcony. Investigators could not determine a heat source. Photo courtesy of the Bothell Fire Department
Bothell detectives investigate the suspicious shooting on Sept. 18. Police remained at the scene for more than six hours. Photos courtesy of the Bothell Police Department

Bothell police arrest shooting suspect, search for rifle

The suspect allegedly used a rifle in the assault, which was described as an AK-47.

Bothell detectives investigate the suspicious shooting on Sept. 18. Police remained at the scene for more than six hours. Photos courtesy of the Bothell Police Department
FEMA Region 10 Headquarters, Regional Response Coordination Center (RRCC) staff monitor flood activities in Washington and Oregon during heavy rains in November 2006 that flooded many Western Washington rivers, homes, communities and towns. Photo courtesy of Marvin Nauman, FEMA

FEMA encourages year-round disaster preparedness

National Preparedness Month, on the tail end of hurricane season, encourages locals to be mindful.

FEMA Region 10 Headquarters, Regional Response Coordination Center (RRCC) staff monitor flood activities in Washington and Oregon during heavy rains in November 2006 that flooded many Western Washington rivers, homes, communities and towns. Photo courtesy of Marvin Nauman, FEMA
A group of F3 members perform “Handslap Merkins” as they wait for the other group to return from a run around the parking lot. Photo Courtesy of Brian “Dilfer” Gawthrop

F3 brings local men together for fitness, fellowship and faith

Reporter Kailan Manadic participates in a morning workout with the local men’s fitness group and is nicknamed after a well-known crime dog.

A group of F3 members perform “Handslap Merkins” as they wait for the other group to return from a run around the parking lot. Photo Courtesy of Brian “Dilfer” Gawthrop
The suspect’s vehicle lost an entire wheel and broke a rear axle while ramming through three vehicles. Photo courtesy of the Bothell Police Department

Update: Man arrested in hit and run, reported vehicle as stolen

A different suspect drove through the multi-car collision scene, traveling in the wrong direction.

The suspect’s vehicle lost an entire wheel and broke a rear axle while ramming through three vehicles. Photo courtesy of the Bothell Police Department
Rep. Suzan DelBene talks with local parents about what they think of the Summer Meals program that aims to help hungry children. Kailan Manandic/staff Photo

Rep. Suzan DelBene helps feed Kingsgate kids

DelBene handed out free lunches at the Kingsgate Library Summer Meals program.

Rep. Suzan DelBene talks with local parents about what they think of the Summer Meals program that aims to help hungry children. Kailan Manandic/staff Photo
Sharon Rickets dresses as a 1920’s suffragette to honor the women who fought for the right to vote. Courtesy of the Bothell Historical Museum

Bothell museum celebrates local women at 19th Amendment event

The event will provide several games for kids and a voter registration table for attendees.

Sharon Rickets dresses as a 1920’s suffragette to honor the women who fought for the right to vote. Courtesy of the Bothell Historical Museum
Parker Lang. Photo courtesy of Vicki Moore

Bothell’s Parker Lang saved nearly 30 lives after losing his own

Vicki Moore reflects on the positive impacts her son made through his organ and tissue donations.

Parker Lang. Photo courtesy of Vicki Moore
Numerous locals attend the inaugural Anderson Summer School Brewfest that was hosted by McMenamins last year. Kat Nyberg/McMenamins Photo and Video

McMenamins to host second annual brewfest in Bothell

The McMenamins Anderson Summer School Brewfest will feature new and returning breweries.

Numerous locals attend the inaugural Anderson Summer School Brewfest that was hosted by McMenamins last year. Kat Nyberg/McMenamins Photo and Video

Update: Kingsgate drive-by shooter was arrested in unrelated assault

The suspect was investigated and subsequently connected to the non-injury shooting.

Former NSD substitute sentenced for second child porn offense

The man served as a NSD substitute teacher for 14 years until he was first arrested in 2014.

Bothell neighbors plant seeds for vegetables and community

Residents of 13th Place started a community garden in a neighborhood project.

The haunting of Hell House

A Bothell native recently published ‘The Bothell Hell House,’ which details a four-year haunting.

Former Mercer Island City Council candidate Joy Langley posted a photo of her various credentials — including her Cornell degree — on her website during her campaign after a group of residents questioned her education credentials. Photo courtesy of ElectJoy.com

Police investigate former council candidate’s claimed Cornell degree

Langley would not comment on the investigation.

Former Mercer Island City Council candidate Joy Langley posted a photo of her various credentials — including her Cornell degree — on her website during her campaign after a group of residents questioned her education credentials. Photo courtesy of ElectJoy.com